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Library Resources and Support for Online Learning During COVID-19 Pandemic: Home

Library Resources and Support During COVID-19 Pandemic

Jefferson College Library is committed to supporting faculty and students during this difficult time. The library may be operating on reduced hours and with reduced staff. Some services (like checking out books in print) may be unavailable, and some services may take longer than usual. Overdue books and fines will be waived during recommended social distancing period.You can contact a librarian through chat, email, or by leaving a message on the library's voicemail.  Please check the college's COVID-19 response page for updates on campus openings/closings.

What can librarians do to help?

What can librarians do to help as I move my course online?

  • Librarians can teach library use instruction sessions through Google Meet, or can provide pre-recorded videos.
  • Librarians can help you add library resources to your online course, including article permalinks, videos, and eBooks.
  • Librarians can create tailored video tutorials to support library tools in your courses including specific databases or types of searches.
  • Librarians can work with you individually to support your needs during this difficult time, just reach out and contact your librarians for more information.

What expertise do librarians provide?

Librarians have deep expertise in:

  • Research
  • Scholarly Communication
  • Information Seeking
  • Citation
  • Information and Media Literacy
  • Government Documents
  • Genealogy

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